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  • Information and Resources Regarding Extended Spring Break

    We know that many families depend on schools not only for their students’ education, but also for meals, child care, access to health services and other supports. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to children in the community ages 1-18. Tuesday, March 17 through Friday, March 20, and reopen starting MondayMarch 30. Meals will be available for pickup outside the school from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the following locations (click to see a map):

    School Address
    Boise-Eliot/Humboldt Elementary 620 N Fremont Ave
    César Chávez Elementary 5103 N Willis Blvd
    George Middle School 10000 N Burr Ave
    Grout Elementary 3119 SE Holgate Blvd
    Harrison Park School 2225 SE 87th Ave
    Lent School 5105 SE 97th Ave
    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary 4906 NE 6th Ave
    Rigler Elementary 5401 NE Prescott St
    Rosa Parks Elementary 8960 N Woolsey Ave
    Scott Elementary 6700 NE Prescott St
    Sitton Elementary 9930 N Smith St
    Woodmere Elementary 7900 SE Duke St
    Markham Elementary 10531 SW Capitol Hwy
    Madison at Marshall 3905 SE 91st Ave
    Franklin High School 5405 SE Woodward St

    For more information about access to food for families, please call 211 or visit Other District information can be found at


Nutrition Services
(503) 916-3399
Whitney Ellersick MS, RDN
Senior Director
(503) 916-3276
Ben Dandeneau
Assistant Director
(503) 916-3275
Anya Friday, RDN
Program Manager
(503) 916-3284
Grace Clark, RDN
Program Manager
(503) 916-3278
Meghan Leineweber, RDN
Program Manager
(503) 916-3272
Amy DeSimone
Program Manager
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